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West Coast Swing

West Coast Swing is a dance style rooted in the 1920s and 1930s. Initially known as the “Sophisticated Swing.” It has evolved, adapting to changing musical styles and gaining popularity in recent years.

Its smooth and relaxed style sets West Coast Swing apart from other swing dances. While other swing styles, such as the Lindy Hop, are known for energetic and acrobatic moves, West Coast Swing emphasizes smooth and flowing movements. This unique style makes it a favorite among dancers of all skill levels.

West Coast Swing is also known for its adaptability. Dancers can perform it to various music genres, such as R&B, rock and roll, and even country music.

Competitive dancers also find West Coast Swing to be a challenging and exciting dance. It demands technical elements such as footwork, timing, and connection, making it a thrilling dance for competitive dancers.

The West Coast Swing community is known for its friendly and inclusive atmosphere. Dancers of all skill levels are welcomed and encouraged to participate, making it a great dance style for those looking to try something new and meet new people.